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Arbitration is Why There is So Little Litigation in Green Building

It is surprising to many in the environmental industrial complex that there has been relatively little litigation arising out of green building. There have been only a very modest number of cases commenced in courts across the country involving construction of green buildings. The reason for the dearth of court cases is not that there … Continue Reading

Arbitration including Religious Arbitration in Green Building Contracts

There has been much recent discussion about mandatory arbitration since a series of New York Times articles earlier this month describing how, “.. clauses buried in tens of millions of contracts have deprived Americans of one of their most fundamental constitutional rights: their day in court.” The U.S Chamber of Commerce even responded, the “New … Continue Reading